2011 MiniMotoSX Schedule Update

2011 GEICO AMA MINIMOTOSX presented by MONSTER ENERGY & BRAAAP USA

EVENT SCHEDULE

Registration:

  • Thursday 8:00AM – 8:00PM
  • Friday 7:00AM – 5:00PM

Bike Tech:

  • Thursday 8:00AM – 6:00PM
  • Friday 7:00AM – 3:00PM

Practice:

  • ALL CLASSES will have 1 free practice (untimed) with your class on Thursday between 3:00PM – 6:00PM
  • Track walk & riders meeting Thursday at 2:00PM
  • Thursday’s practice is optional and not required

Timed Practice, Qualifiers, LCQ, Night Show:

  • ALL CLASSES will have their timed practice, qualifiers, LCQ and Main Event on Friday.
  • Track walk & mandatory riders meeting Friday at 7:00AM
  • Night Show/Main Events begin Friday at 7:30PM

Complete schedule and times announced in the weeks prior to the show.

5:45 PM


SUPPLEMENTAL PRACTICE (NATIONAL CHAMPS & WILD CARDS)  -  Immediately Following LCQs


(Riders with a # 1 plate that decided to bypass QUALIFIERS or previous AMA National Champions & Wild Cards).

6:00 PM


ARENA CLOSED – REOPEN TO PUBLIC AT 6:30PM – SHOWTIME AT 7:30PM


(STADIUM TO BE VACATED FOR CLEAN UP / TRACK MAINTENANCE)

6:00 PM


SPONSOR/VIP RECEPTION IN BAR

6:30 PM


ARENA OPEN TO PUBLIC



2011 GEICO AMA MINIMOTOSX presented by MONSTER ENERGY & BRAAAP USA

EVENT SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, MAY 6th, 2011 Continued…

SHOW SCHEDULE



7:30PM    Opening Ceremonies

7:45PM    Racing Starts


Race 1     MM10 Stock Mod Final                 20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 2     MM10Y – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 3     MM10A – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 4     MMWomen – Final                         20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 5     MM12A – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 6     MM35+ – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 7     MM12 STOCK/MOD – Final           20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 8     MM10E – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


               *Track Maintenance/Intermission


Race 9     MM12Y – Final                               20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 10   MM8 Vintage Final                        20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 11    MM12E – Final                              20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 12    MM12Y STOCK/MOD – Final       20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 13    MM16 Stock mod/Electric final     20 riders (+ 2010 Champ)


Race 14    MMSX WORLD FINAL                 20 riders (top woman + top 3 of 10E & 12E + top 3 of 10Y & 12Y + 8 foreign champs)

10:00PM    Victory Circle / End of Show

ADDITIONAL RULES:

WILD CARDS (Expert Classes Only):


*Previous National MX/SX Champions


*The promoter reserve the right to add up to 4 expert Wild Cards for Finals.


Out of respect they will be gated alternately (1 qualified rider, 1 champion, etc.).


Wild Cards will be allowed to ride Practice and Timed Practice Only.  (Number 1 plate recommended)


* If a previous champion decides to run the qualifier (in the class where he has a #1 plate) he will be gated based on his results.


*NUMBER OF RIDERS QUALIFIED IN EACH CLASS WILL NOT CHANGE IF PREVIOUS CHAMPION DECIDES TO BYPASS QUALIFIER


(Example: If 20 riders qualify in a class, it will be 20 riders plus the previous champ)

* MMSX WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP


Open class (we are looking for the fastest MINIMOTOSX rider on the planet regardless of bike class!)


Even if you qualified with a 10 inch bike you can ride a 12 inch bike.


Riders will be gated based on fastest lap during main event.


International riders will have to justify their national champ status at registration or before and list will be announce at MMSX 2011.


Keep your transponder!


Team San Manuel’s Kyle Regal Racing Arlington

Team San Manuel’s Kyle Regal Racing Arlington

Team San Manuel confirmed that Kyle Regal will return for the 13th round of the AMA Supercross Series in Arlington, TX this weekend.  Regal went back to training on Monday at teammate James Stewart’s compound and is looking forward to this weekend’s race. “It felt great riding again and getting back into the swing of things,” Regal said. “I’m super excited for this weekend’s race, not only because it’s my first race back, but because it will be in my home state. Hopefully I’ll be able to give everyone a good performance.” Regal’s last race was Atlanta’s where he finished 13th. He currently is in 15th place in the series with 60 points.

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Bad Boys, Bad Boys, What Ya Gonna Do…

When fate catches up with you? Common James, seriously. Now you are starting to make me question your actual ability to make your own decisions. Would it help you that I have already been told by someone in the “camp” that my services are badly needed? If that is getting to me then you know where you are at. Now that does not mean it is true, that you must have my help, but it is true that I know you need it.

At this point I don’t care what you do, the odds are stacked against you. The proof is in the pudding and you are in FIFTH. Have you ever been fifth in something without an injury or missing half a season? Your handlers are not doing what they should and had I got even a response from someone officially we could be avoiding all this. How do I know? Well because that is what I do. I help people see the light. They can decide for themselves where it leads, but if you are having a hard time seeing where to go, I can guide you.

Actually all we need together is like one half hour each week. I could come and show you what your doing statistically including your odd’s on crashing, getting a good start, what you should do to avoid pissing the championship away, AGAIN.

How about I tell you I have something to do in Dallas this weekend  and we make some time to meet up. Then you didn’t have to call me or admit that you need me or anything like that they may be clouding your vision. Think past your front fender bud! Sooner or later one of your competitors is going to read this. The you are really screwed.

ORT


Riding Supercross with Ryan Dungey

Riding Supercross with Ryan Dungey

Ryan Dungey is the current AMA Supercross Series Champion. And the 2010 AMA Motocross Series Champion. One day, at the top-secret Suzuki supercross test track, Ryan talked with Amanda about his game plan for the rest of the season, wore a helmet cam as he rode on the track, and then explained to Amanda what he was doing as they reviewed the helmet-cam video together.

See the results, photos, and point standings from the Supercross in Toronoto, Canada, which Ryan won last Saturday night.

Hope you enjoy this video of Ryan Dungey riding Supercross …

Riding Supercross with Ryan Dungey - Photo 1 of 3

Riding Supercross with Ryan Dungey - Photo 2 of 3

Riding Supercross with Ryan Dungey - Photo 3 of 3


Marvin Musquin Returns

Marvin Musquin Returns

Red Bull/KTM Factory Team rider Marvin Musquin returned to action last Friday when he brought out his KTM 250 SX-F practice bike to Pala Raceway for the first time since injuring his knee at the Bercy Supercross race last November.

Marvin Musquin Returns - Photo 1 of 2

“It felt so good to get back on the bike,” commented Musquin who took the past four months off to heal his torn ACL and meniscus following his surgery to repair the torn ligament. “There is no better feeling than riding for me, so I was eager to get back.”

The 2-time MX2 World Champion, moved to the United States late last year in order to prepare for his first season racing U.S. Supercross. In November, he made the decision to return to Europe for one of his favorite events, the Bercy Supercross. While competing he caught his foot in a rut and injured his knee. “I was really disappointed that I did not get to race Supercross this year, but I love the outdoor series and am looking forward to riding the U.S. circuit.”

Since his initial ride on the bike last Friday, Musquin has ridden a few more times and says he is getting more comfortable with each practice session. “My hands were definitely the sorest after my first ride on the bike and I still feel a little weak in my legs. It is going to take a lot of hard work to get ready for my first race but I have a great support system with the Red Bull/KTM team and my personal trainer to help get me up to speed.”

Marvin Musquin Returns - Photo 2 of 2

Musquin intends to make his racing return at the U.S. GP at Glen Helen where he easily won both motos last year. Immediately following that race, Musquin will head to Rancho Cordova, California for the opening round of the AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series where he will compete in the 250 class for the Red Bull/KTM Factory Team.

For the latest info on Marvin Musquin please visit his website www.marvin-musquin.com or follow him on twitter @marvinmusquin25.


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